The World - a huge boat-house
• The World - a huge boat-house
The World or World - the first passenger ship, which is both a private home. Residents live on board the ship, and the ship moves around the globe. cabin owners do not rent them on cruise days, but it is the rightful owner. Today, the world has come to London.
The great ship length of 196, 35 meters all the time in a nonstop cruise, visiting every continent.
Now the ship arrived in London, after which it will go to France and then to Spain.
Magnificent views! cabin owners can live on the yacht all the time, but can occasionally appear in his apartment. On average, owners of apartments on the yacht live in them for 3 to 6 months.
The vessel has 6 restaurants as well as grocery stores, boutiques and salons. There is also a fitness center, a billiards room and golf simulator.
Established in 2002, this yacht has 165 luxury apartments worth more than 2, 7 to 9, $ 1 million for the top suite. Owned apartments around 130 families worldwide.
In the four years the ship can visit more than 900 ports in more than 140 countries, if it is to sail at a maximum speed of 18, 5 knots (34 km / h).
The world is all year round swimming. However, its passengers is not necessarily in their homes all the time.
The world today arrived in London. The last time he visited the British capital in 2013.
On the ship there are two-bedroom apartments and penthouses on the six bedrooms.
The cost of apartments on the ship depends on the squares. In addition to the two-bedroom apartments have two-bedroom and studio. Total ship has about 40 studios.
All owners of apartments available full-size tennis court, a spa, fitness center, swimming pool, and 12,000 bottles of expensive wine.
The routes are planned to ship two or three years in advance with the help of the public vote.
The yacht boasts stylish interiors by renowned designers.
The very idea of a private home, the ship was invented cruise magnate Knut Kloster Jr. in 1997. And in 2002, the idea became a reality.
Now it is the only private residential ship.
In 2012, the world swam in the waters of the Arctic.